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... system and thus there is room for significant error. It brings out the worst in society. One thing I have noticed is that people are very blinkered here - they won't open their minds to considering all the issues involved. All they think is - he killed another, thus we must kill him in retaliation. It frightens me that top lawyers (who have insane political power) hold the same views as the ignorant-uneducated-tabloid reading-general public of the UK.
So far, half ...
... summit, wow! rising up 4302m above sea level, compare that with the height of New Zealand's Mt Cook and you will get a real surprise! What amazing views, but after 20 minutes we all had headaches and felt the lack of oxygen in the air and we retreated down the mountain.
After a brief stop at the North Pole we drove into the Old Colorado City and found a table in the park where ...
... hell do you understand the English verb "BE" to mean?!?! Jackass. Come to think of it, they're always men who say this to me. I'm not claiming to have a deep knowledge of each backroad of the place in question, I'm not saying I know famous people from there, or what the local tax rate is, all I'm saying is I HAVE *BEEN* THERE, and if you can't accept that, you have bigger problems man. Sort out your life.
Go me, I'm awesome, I've been to a gazillion states now, and I'm driving a Honda ...
Barbecue and beer. This city is obsessed with it. Everywhere you go, you're reminded of it. Craft beers, served ice-cold, are very hot here. So, of course, we found what was considered one of the finest BBQ places in town, Bogart’s, and oh, did we enjoy it. Their meat, prepared daily, came right out of the smoker and finished with a choice of four intoxicating sauces. Even more incredible is the fact that the place usually closes in midday, sometimes after lunch, cause ...
... in a rush it seems. We headed in and are staying now in a place called Richmond Heights which is quite a bit out of the city. We met our hosts Mitch and Derek who are really nice and showed us round their really lovely house. Hot tub and huge barbeque in the back as well.
We asked Mitch where some of the best places to eat were near by and we were directed to a place just by Washington University. Immediately as we were ...